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Canterbury Farms consists of several phases, based on lot size and builder

Builders include: Faircloth, Winchester Builders and Ivey Residential who has lots in Brantley Cove, Lancaster and Ellingon at Canterbury Farms.

Winchester lots:

Bridgewater has lots under 60’ wide with homes priced in the low $200,000 range up to 2300 square foot. This phase is almost sold out.

 

Newbridge lots are about 65’ wide with homes in the mid $200,000 price range for homes up to about 2900 square foot. This phase only has a few more lots as of December 2014.

Camden, 1892 Heated Square Foot, 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths

Callaway, 2535 Heated Square Foot, 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths

Canyon, 2483 Heated Square Foot, 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths

Charleston, 2830

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Southwind village, one of Columbia County's newest neighborhood developments, is underway off of Hereford farm road, in Evans, Georgia. The neighborhood will have about 96 lots.

One of the builders in Southwind Village will be Wilson Parker Homes. They will have homes in the low $200,000 range up to mid $350,000. Square footage ranges from around 2,200 all the way up to 6,000 plus square feet.

There are a multitude of different floorplans you can choose from! Most floorplans have different “elevations” or packages that you can choose from. The standard package is level C, but you can upgrade finishes to your choosing based on each specific package. Below are the Wilson Parker floor plan options.

  • Hudson- Bonus: 2,250 Heated Square Foot, 4

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Recently Construction business owner, Hugo Diaz and his wife Blanca we arrested on various charges including money laundering conspiracy and harboring illegal immigrants.  His company is named De La Fuente Construction.

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The building community has claimed Hugo Diaz, "has been undercutting everyone in the market by 30 percent or more.” 

There is much controversy about this issue and enough pointing fingers to go around.  Questions have been raised about local government officials as well as local businessmen using his company . 

At the end of the day, do the “below market” prices of labor translate to lower costs to consumers buying homes? 

Will a crackdown on the workers mean rising construction costs as well as construction delays?  It

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This is a comprehensive list of Columbia County GA community pool subdivisions:

  • BARTRAM TRAIL
  • BERKLEY HILLS
  • BROOKWOOD (CO)
  • CANTERBURY FARMS
  • CARSON CUTOFF @ PETERSBURG STATION
  • CHAPARRAL
  • CHASTAIN PLACE
  • COUNTRY PLACE (C0)
  • CRAWFORD CREEK
  • EUCHEE DOWNS @ IVY FALLS
  • FARMINGTON
  • GLENNWOOD
  • GROVE LANDING
  • HIDDEN CREEK
  • HIGH MEADOWS
  • HIGHGROVE @ WILLIAMSBURG
  • INDIAN SPRINGS
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It seems that when buyers talk about "new construction", they often are concerned about problems related to "construction quality".  I often hear comments about they don't build like "in the good old days, etc.  Clearly, we live in a different world with many new products and workers that have different values and work ethics.  Actually, homes today are built to stricter energy standards than just a few years ago.  I also see workers on new home sites working way past what many of us consider normal hours, even framing at 7 PM on a Sunday night in the summer months.  What's really happening? 

I don’t think there is any builder that wakes up in the morning and decides “today, I’ll cut corners and build a crappy, poor quality house”.  That just doesn't

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Market Conditions in 2011 for Augusta, Martinez, Evans, Grovetown, Fort Gordon GA Going into 2011 in the Greater Augusta market comes with restrained optimism. Rising interest rates could dampen housing demand but the last couple years have been flat in overall sales transaction volume in the area.

The new construction sales have been strong as more new players enter the market mainly from the Atlanta area. Several local builders have also adjusted floor plans, suppliers and designs to be more competitive.  One of the newest players in the Greater Augusta area is Wilson Parker.  As a direct competitor to Crown Communities, they are making a stand in over six subdivisions.  Growth in Grovetown, GA which is very near Ft Gordon continues with brand new

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This is a rare find!  See neighborhood details below property information.

516 Arrington Ave, North Augusta, SC

$195,000 – Bank Foreclosure – this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is “under construction” and is sold "AS-IS"

514 Arrington Ave, North Augusta, SC Hammonds Ferry Neighborhood (light blue exterior)

$265,000 – Bank Foreclosure – NEW construction - Victorian style 3 bedroom, 2bath cottage with 10’ ceilings on main floor, kitchen with granite counter tops, wood flooring on main floor & stairs, Moen oil rubbed bronze fixtures,  living room with fireplace, large laundry room with coat rack and storage shelves, outdoor tankless water heater, Peachtree windows, two AC units,  metal roof, rocking chair porches in front and back.

If you would like

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Have you shopped for a new construction home lately?  Have you started noticing how close the houses are together?  How small the yards are?  How many homes back right to another house? How small the lots really are?  Where did all the trees go?   Years ago the lots were 1/3 to even ½ acre – with beautiful trees.  Most of the homes were brick and many had rocking chair porches.  Did large lots, country porches and trees go out of style?  Why is no-one buying them?  The answer is – it’s just not out there… It makes you wonder why.

The prices of homes most certainly have not come down compared to 10-20 years ago.  As long consumers are buying NEW homes on small lots – the developers will continue

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Those who are familiar with the current new construction sales activity wouldn't believe it, but I Friday night at 7:30 PM these are just some of the cars outside the Crown site office in Willhaven community.  On Friday night most realtors and builders are doing other things but this is an exception. There were well over a dozen cars, buyers and contracts being written in tours of the model home.

Crown Communities is making a big splash in the Augusta area. The homes are offering incredible value along with high-quality materials. There are currently five different developments scattered across Colombia and Richmond Counties and more to come. 


Augusta is on the map for new construction activity.  In Willhaven alone, 110 homes are either under

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